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For a finite group G = =X (X = G), the least positive integer ML X (G) is called the maximum length of G with respect to the generating set X if every element of G may be represented as a product of at most ML X (G) elements of X. The well-known commutator length of a group G, denoted by c(G), satisfies the inequality c(G) ≤ ML(G), where G is the derived… (More)

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